Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED i7, 2070 Max-Q Initial Impressions

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by Sabs47, Aug 2, 2019.

  1. notstaamp

    notstaamp Notebook Guru

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    my bios is up to date but i flashed in anyway and it was the same bios from the build date :) and no difference in performance
    so all the drivers are the ones from gigabyte website i tried other versions but the one i have now are all the drivers from gigabyte website
    https://www.gigabyte.com/Laptop/AERO-15-OLED--Intel-9th-Gen/support#support-dl-driver
    so basically this laptop performs like my 5 year old 970m laptop with maybe 7 fps better in games :) if gigabyte can help in anyway i'd be grateful

    not sure what tick you're having but mine has some of that but i thought it was rattling from the fan
    is yours the 1660Ti model?
     
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  2. Kittys

    Kittys Notebook Evangelist

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    It turns out is is the fan! When the laptop spins into high rpm if it is not flat it starts to make the ticking sound, the fan marked for GPU is main culprit on my YA unit. If you move the laptop while fans rpm is high...the fans also start to tick. If the laptop is lifted more than 20 degrees in the rear the tick starts at high rpm like magic.

    I was able to get good video of it.

     
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  3. Sabs47

    Sabs47 Notebook Geek

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    That sounds like debris in the fan. Possibly a broken propeller or something small stuck inside the fan thats being tossed around as the propellers move.
     
  4. g85222456

    g85222456 Company Representative

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    maybe try to unfix the screw of fans and lock the screw back tighter
     
  5. Kittys

    Kittys Notebook Evangelist

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    I tried that, and I also tried to kapton tape under the fan on any part of the plastic layer that lifts and could interfere with no luck :(. What makes this stressful is in two weeks I am going to Germany.. if XoticPC cares to reply to my support message and see what we can do...Is Gigabyte DE RMA going to give me a QWERTZ unit? Do they even have the parts to fix this yet... If I wait to RMA in the US i wont have a working laptop till Febuary-May 2020 which is not okay, could they possibly just send me a replacement heat sink assembly there?. I cannot even sell my P775 until this mess is resolved and I really don't feel like bringing two laptops to Europe because one has to be RMA'd there. My unit has no coil whine just this so...win some you lose some.
     
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